About the Product
- Augmented Edition includes a 40-page Art Book, Motion Graphic Novel, as well as an Exclusive Bonus DVD all in Premium Packaging
- Play in an open-ended unique world that blends near future and Renaissance elements
- Customize and upgrade your character with more than 50 unique augmentations that support your style of play
- Blends the best of Action and RPG: the perfect mix of combat, stealth, hacking, and social game-play
- Over 20 available weapons, each with their own customizable elements to fight enemies in epic boss battles
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Like I good book that you cannot put down I found myself forcing myself to stop playing instead of feeling that I had played enough so if you have concerns that this title will not live up to the original Deus Ex, you can lay them to rest. The story couldn't have stayed truer to the Deus Ex series and Square-Enix/Eidos Montreal have done what no publisher is willing to do these days and that is to make an amazing PC game.
So if Ubisoft, EA (Especially BioWare with ME3 on the horizon), Activision/Blizzard, Rockstar, 2kGames, Bethesda or other major publishers are paying attention look at what Square-Enix has done here and see how it is that you make a game for the PC.
When you release your next PC game, look at Deus Ex Human Revolution on the PC:
49.99 with 10% off on pre-order
No install limits, internet connection required, phoning home or any other anti-consumer DRM
On Steam and Retail stores
Not a console port
No Games for Windows Live or Origin etc.
Runs at first launch with no issues
If it doesn't meet these points just don't bother releasing the PC version because Square-Enix, Valve and dozens of Indie developers will continue making games many others, including myself want and will gladly spend my money on those games instead.
The original Deus Ex fell into what the early Star Trek and Star Wars franchises faced, a limitation of the technology at the time the product was released. I still love playing the original to this day; it is one of my favorite games. It is a game that one can enjoy over and over simply because of the choices presented to the player in how they choose to accomplish the goals set forth in the game. Unfortunately, after playing Human Revolution, the original now feels like the old Star Trek and when I do return to playing the game it will remind of what could be while I am playing what was available for the time.
I feel one of the strong points of Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a return to the gritty cyberpunk setting of the original game. In contrast, Invisible War presented a very different atmosphere about that sorely detracted from the game. Invisible War also suffered from a lack of length and being way too easy.Read more ›
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I pre-ordered this game as soon as it was available, paying FULL PRICE, and I still don't regret it! It was one of the best game purchases I've ever made. Read morePublished on November 15, 2013 by Ewookie1
What ever Deus Ex: HR was, it was not a continuation of the Deus Ex Franchise. I knew that coming in and thought I would try it out. Read morePublished on January 16, 2013 by Scott of the family Larson
Human Revolution does justice to the Deus Ex series. I enjoyed it more than Invisible War but a trifle less than the original. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by D. Evans
Very enjoyable. I like Fallout 3 and Fallout Las Vegas The games are sililiar in that you have a lot of freedom to explore and interact how you want to.Published on December 16, 2012 by Michael J Lamb
Deus Ex is hands down the best video game series ever made. The first game was an instant classic and truly left a legacy on the video game world. Read morePublished on May 2, 2012 by Andi